Mount a two-way radio to the right of the steering wheel in the cubby of your Polaris RS1, zip-tie a communication device to your roll cage, or invest in an in-helmet headset and microphone for the ultimate communication experience. Riding in the RS1 can get lonely, so keep in touch with your crew with a Polaris RS1 communication accessory from Everything Polaris RZR! Regardless of where you ride, either on the track, at the dunes, or in the backwoods, an RS1 communication system just makes everything better. Even if you ride alone, bringing along a HAM radio like the ones by PCI, bayofong, and Rugged Radios will definitely prove useful in times of hardship and strife. After all, what are you going to do when your differential snaps and you’re 40 miles from the trailhead? With a UHF radio capable of transmitting both the UHV and VHV frequencies, you’ll be able to contact any rider in the area using similar devices.
The BTech HAM radio is popular, and other systems like those by Rugged Radio are similar, just programmed to run on a select set of channels. If you want a communication device that can go the distance, a CB radio can work. Get a 25-watt dual-band CB, set it to channel 19, and you’ll be chatting it up with truckers in no time. Some radios, however, are restricted, requiring either a general or amateur radio license. You might be fine riding dirty for a while, but the requirements for getting this license aren’t as hard as they used to be, and no code is required. It doesn’t matter if you’re using your RS1 communication system constantly to converse with your boys trailing you in the Polaris RZR, or simply have it just in case someone — including yourself — gets lost or needs help. Whatever your UTV communication needs are, we’ve got the accessory to make it happen!